# Question: 1 a jar is filled with 30 jellybeans of which...

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1. A jar is filled with 30 jellybeans of which 7 are red, 4 are blue, 13 are green and 6 are yellow. Someone randomly selected 5 jellybeans from the jar. What is the probability of getting exactly two red jellybeans?

2. A jar is filled with 30 jellybeans of which 7 are red, 4 are blue, 13 are green and 6 are yellow. Someone randomly selected 5 jellybeans from the jar.

What is the probability of getting exactly two red and two green jellybeans?(HINT: the fifth jellybean will be either blue or yellow, but not green or red.)